Fancy a client-side e-commerce role with a large, progressive, and fast-growing company?
This company is looking for an e-commerce whizz to help maximise sales growth via their digital platforms. You'll be all about lead-generation, and have a strong business and sales-focused mindset. You'll have a hunger for getting results and be relentless about driving online sales - this includes feeling comfortable with daily/weekly/monthly/quarterly sales targets.
You'll be experienced in owning and implementing e-commerce strategies and systems for a high-volume online retailer. You'll understand how to work with a diverse range of stakeholders, senior management and teams. Experience working within an industry with high compliance would be an advantage.
You'll be ambitious and high-energy, with a desire to achieve big things. You'll be able to take ownership of your projects and work autonomously when required.
You'll be both a do-er and a strategic thinker, and also able to work within the strategic plans of others.
This is a successful Australian company and a relatively new player in the NZ market. With significant growth in sales and market share over the past year and a bumper year predicted ahead; this will be an exciting place to work.
You'll be located in the heart of the Auckland CBD. The team is 180 in number, including 25 front and back-end developers and strong IT support. This company works hard at creating a positive culture and "work/life integration".
Please send your CV to email@example.com quoting Ref 5096SP, give Sarah a call on +64-21-050 2507, or Andy on +64-21-735 655. Or hit the 'Apply by Email' box.
It would have been more entertaining to just read a press release to camera.
It's interesting how printed newspapers aren't dead either, fill your boots. The thing I wonder about is the measure of marketing effectiveness and I guess that depends on who you're targeting. For example, generally a company share price reflects a ...
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I thought I was reasonably well informed..... sadly not. Great story. Just show that we should rely on the data rather than assumption, intuition, personal habits or fashion as a jumping off point when planning
a LOT of change for this agency. team in disarray running around not knowing what to do. This industry has a short memory, Tom and Lee much ?
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